Lydia Cacho in her prime, 16 years after her kidnapping

Lydia Cacho in her prime, 16 years after her kidnapping

The publication unleashed a series of illegal actions by those involved – most of them today fugitives from justice and with several arrest warrants – such as the illegal detention of the author in Cancun, from where Lydia Cacho was transferred by car to Puebla, to be tortured, locked in a kind of dungeon and photographed naked.

Succar Kuri was sentenced to 93 years in prison for crimes related to pedophilia and is serving a sentence in the La Palma prison in Cancun. For its part, The King of Denim (Nacif) is free and also faces charges of tax fraud and money laundering.

Mario Marin has been in jail since February of this year, after being denied the house arrest he had requested from Acapulco. The freedom of the former public servant was compromised since the call that he made a little more than 15 years ago with Kamel Nacif, in which she called him “Gober precious!”

Lydia Cacho’s fight against her attackers continues, while continuing her work as an investigative journalist and social activist, now from Spain, where she resides and obtained nationality after the attack she suffered in July 2019, when her home in Cancun was raided by an unidentified command.

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